Join us for this event designed especially
for youth-serving nonprofits.
Across the nation, youth-serving nonprofits make a difference in the lives of the youth we serve. At the core of all these efforts is the safety of kids, the training of volunteers, and the commitment of our professional staffs.
To provide an opportunity for youth-serving nonprofits to discuss the issue of child sexual abuse prevention, the Boy Scouts of America is hosting the National Youth Protection Symposium November 1–2 in Atlanta.
This special event will provide a vital opportunity for nonprofit, youth-serving organizations to discuss the subject of child sexual abuse prevention, hear from leading experts in the field, and share ideas on best practices to collectively find more effective ways to address this issue.
The symposium will be hosted by the Boy Scouts of America’s Youth Protection office and will be facilitated by the executive director of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Michael Haney.
Hear the latest information and insight from recognized leaders on prevention, policies, training, offender behavior, and more—tailored just for nonprofits like yours.
The issue of child sexual abuse prevention is of critical importance to everyone who cares about kids. We look forward to sharing this opportunity to protect our youth, volunteers, and staff. Register today and join other youth-serving nonprofits as we work together to keep kids safe.
To learn more, visit us online at www.nationalyouthprotectionsymposium.org.
Michael V. Johnson
Director, Youth Protection
Boy Scouts of America
1325 W. Walnut Hill Lane
Irving, Texas 75038